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51079

Electronic Locomotive Controller, 5 Amps

This new electronic locomotive controller for analog operation offers the latest technology for high operating current and modern features for your analog operated LGB layout: maximum of 5 amps operating current, suitable for use with any LGB transformer (DC or AC). This controller is recommended for use with the 51095 100 watt switched mode power pack. Very fine control and smoothed DC voltage. Naturally, this controller can be converted for radio remote control (with LGB 55050/55055). Adjustable control range: +/- 135° with a zero position in the center / booster button with programmable acceleration, Stop/Halt button. LED indicators for Stop, overload, ready for operation, and direction of travel. Connections for wire up to 1.5 square millimeters in cross section / approximately 15/16 gauge, protected against short circuits. Output: 0-24 volts DC. Operating current: maximum 5 amps. Dimensions 160 x 120 x 95 mm / 6-5/16" x 4-3/4" x 3-3/4".

New design.

Particularly suitable for use with 51095.

LGB51079

One available at pre-increase price of £135.00
In Stock£156.00
51755

Control Box

This control box can be used to operate up to four LGB turnouts, signals, uncoupler tracks, or other accessories. Each momentary rocker switch operates an accessory item. This control box is connected to a source of alternating current (18 volts) by means of the connections on the rear of the control box. An LED indicates whether the control box is being supplied with current. Color-coded connections on the rear of the control box facilitate connections. Adhesive labels are included to identify what is connected to a switch on the control box. 126 x 116 x 66 mm / 5" x 4-9/16" x 2-5/8".

 

LGB 51755

Not In Stock £73.00
51805

 

 

Control Box

This multifaceted control box can be used to turn up to four electrical circuits on and off. Examples would be electrically separated track blocks or street lights. Each toggle switch is used to turn a current circuit on or off. Depending on your requirements, you can connect this control box by means of its side plugs to direct or alternating current. An LED indicates when the control box is being supplied with current. Color-coded connections on the rear of the control box facilitate connections. Adhesive labels are included to identify what is connected to a switch on the control box. 126 x 116 x 66 mm / 5" x 4-9/16" x 2-5/8".

 

 


LGB 51805 Not In Stock£73.00
55019

Connecting Cable (Verbindungskabel)

Connecting cable for hooking the MTS Power Booster to the Märklin CS2 to boost power and digital signal.

 

  Not In Stock £17.60
55028

Locomotive Decoder (Nachrüst-Lok-Decoder)

This decoder is suitable for using your locomotive in digital operation (DCC, DC, Mfx) as well as in analog operation. It can handle a maximum of 2 LGB motors. It can be installed in all LGB locomotives and powered units with one or two motors starting in 2014 and it can be installed in the 20220 Allegra. This decoder can be installed in earlier locomotives and powered units provided that you also use the 55529 interface connector adapter. This decoder has 2 light and 6 function outputs, overload and temperature protection, programmable special functions and connecting wire for the LGB DCC interface connector. Technical data: Total load capacity: maximum 4 amps / motor output: maximum 3 amps. Function overview: locomotive address can be programmed in the range 1-10239 / 14 or 28 speed levels, 128 speed levels can be recognized / the load control in analog + digital can be adapted to different types of locomotives / serial and parallel control for all light and function outputs / programmable blinking light and short term functions / programmable pulse generator functions. These and other functions can be programmed with the Universal Hand Controller (LGB 55015) or the MTS PC decoder programming module (LGB 55045) or with all Märklin Central Stations.

LGB 55028

One available at pre-increase price of £81.00

 

In stock £97.00

55085

MTS Reverse Loop Module (New) (MZS-Kehrschleifenmodul)

New reverse loop module for the new digital LGB system world. You can switch the reverse loop on your digital layout automatically and free of short circuits. You will protect your digital layout and the rolling stock in the process. One more advantage of the reverse loop module: Several reverse loops can be used simultaneously on the layout. Reverse loop modules in use up to now cause a short circuit when the train enters the reverse loop and force the polarity of the track to switch by causing a break in the voltage, example: 55080. This new MTS reverse loop module by comparison switches free of short circuits; and interruption of the voltage in the track is avoided. The overloading of the MTS central unit by the intentionally caused short circuit is thereby a thing of the past. This protects above all track components such as locomotive decoders, turnout decoders, and the electronics customarily installed in locomotives and cars.
This module is compatible with the previous components.

Notes:
Due to technical changes, the previous MTS reverse unit model (LGB 55081) is being discontinued and replaced by the new 55085 version. This new module is suitable to a limited extent for analog operation. This product is not weatherproof and must be protected from moisture. 80 x 70 x 20 mm / 3-1/8" x 2-3/4" x 3/4".

 

LGB 55085

One available at pre-increase price of £85.00

 

In Stock £97.00

55524

Turnout Decoder, 1 Circuit

Operating commands for an LGB solenoid accessory can be transmitted simply through the track with this new turnout decoder. The current pickup takes place directly in the track thus avoiding long, complicated wiring. This means that this MTS turnout decoder is ideal for controlling turnouts and signals on open track or on remote locations on your LGB layout. This decoder is designed for use with MTS I, MTS II, and MTS III. It supports the formats DCC, MFX, and MM.

 

LGB 55524

One available at pre-increase price of £46.50

 

In Stock £54.00
55525

Turnout Decoder, 4 Circuits

Operating commands for an LGB solenoid accessory can be transmitted simply through the track with this turnout decoder for 4 circuits designed for the new LGB digital system. Simply connect your turnouts, signals, and accessories to a turnout decoder. This turnout decoder is connected to the track. Features: four command outputs. / the mode can be set for each output: normal (for turnouts and signals), synchronous blinking (for lights), asynchronous blinking (for lights), on/off (for lights and accessories) / adjustable switching duration for normal, synchronous, and asynchronous. Backwards compatible with the MTS 1 to MTS III. This turnout decoder can also be used with the LGB hand controller and by means of the MTS interface (LGB 55060). This product is not weatherproof and must be protected from moisture. 80 x 70 x 20 mm / 3-1/8" x 2-3/4" x 3/4".

 

KGB 55525

One available at pre-increase price of £81.00
In Stock£98.00
55529

Interface Connector Adapter (Schnittstellen-Adapter)

This interface connector adapter enables you to operate new 28-pin decoders in earlier MTS locomotives or powered units and use the older MTS decoder in new locomotives or powered units with the 28-pin interface connector

 

In Stock£24.00
Marklin 60101

5a 230v switched mode power pack

 

This switched mode power pack is for connecting to and for powering the 60214/60215 Central Station and the 60174 Booster. The input is 230 volts / 50 Hertz, and the output is 19 volts / 100 watts DC voltage. Tabletop switched mode power pack in a plastic housing with mounting tabs.
Dimensions 190 x 96 x 65 mm / 7-1/2" x 3-3/4" x 2-9/16".
Connections: 4-pin mini DIN high current plug. The 60101 switched mode power pack is designed for use in dry areas. The cross section of the wire from the Central Station to the track must be at least 0.5 square millimeters / approximately 0.0008 square inches!
Recommended only for 1 Gauge and LGB.

 

LGB 60101

One available at pre-increase price of £64.00

 

In Stock £73.00
Marklin 60174

Power Booster

This is a power/output booster for large digitally controlled layouts. It can handle multiple protocols in conjunction with the 60213-60215 Central Stations. It can be connected directly to the 60213-60215 Central Stations by means of a 7-conductor data bus line. Several Boosters can be used in a system by means of the 60125 Terminal. The Booster automatically registers itself in the 60213-60215 Central Stations. An LED on the Booster indicates its operating status; this status is also available graphically in the display on the 60213-60215 Central Stations. A maximum output power of 58 VA and a maximum current of 3 amps is available, when the Booster is used with the 60061 switched mode power pack (only a 230 volt version of the 60061 is available) (a maximum current of 5 amps is available for the 60215 when used with the 60101 switched mode power pack (recommended only for 1 Gauge) (only a 230 volt version of the 60101 is available). Make sure that the wire to the track is larger than 0.5 mm² in cross section!).
Dimensions 150 x 110 x 80 mm / 5-7/8" x 4-5/16" x 3-1/8".

 

LGB 60174

One available at pre-increase price of £128.00

 

In Stock £146.00
Marklin 60216 Central Station CS3+

LGB 60216

One available at pre-increase price

In Stock £680.00